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UN calls for ‘genocide’ charges against Myanmar military

UN calls for ‘genocide’ charges against Myanmar military

Security forces accused of ‘crimes against humanity’ in attacks against Rohingya

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Africa looks for something new out of Trump

Africa looks for something new out of Trump

Hopes Kenyatta meeting will signal end to US neglect of continent

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North Korea’s ‘Money Masters’ Hold Keys to Kim’s Economic Revival

North Korea’s ‘Money Masters’ Hold Keys to Kim’s Economic Revival

An expanding network of markets in North Korea is emerging as a vital cog in leader Kim Jong Un’s mission to revive the economy, while forging a class known as donju, a moneyed elite whose interests the regime can’t overlook.

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Beyond Soda: How and Why Your Beverage Options Are Exploding

Beyond Soda: How and Why Your Beverage Options Are Exploding

A proliferation of beverages that don’t fit within traditional drink categories is causing problems for retailers, confusion for shoppers and a challenge for manufacturers that are trying to keep pace with changing consumer tastes.

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Fed officials see consumer costs as tariffs bite

Fed officials see consumer costs as tariffs bite

Rising duties and retaliation could become an inflation concern

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Vanguard nips at BlackRock’s heels for fund crown

Vanguard nips at BlackRock’s heels for fund crown

Money manager attracted $112bn of net new flows in first half while bigger rival brought in $77bn

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Field of contenders for ECB top job widens after Weidmann setback

Field of contenders for ECB top job widens after Weidmann setback

If Germany does not push its leading candidate, who will succeed Mario Draghi?

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Uber chief preaches growth over short-term profit

Uber chief preaches growth over short-term profit

Khosrowshahi lowers the temperature and raised group’s sights as it heads for IPO

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Central Europe: running out of steam

Central Europe: running out of steam

After 20 years of growth, the region face labour shortages that could upend its economic model

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India’s rejection of $100m foreign flooding aid sparks anger

India’s rejection of $100m foreign flooding aid sparks anger

Modi government declines offer from UAE as Kerala begins long path to recovery

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Death Leaves Foreign-Policy Void

Death Leaves Foreign-Policy Void

John McCain, throughout his career, was a driving force behind the interventionist wing of the Republican Party, a faction that views overseas alliances and troop commitments as a stabilizing force in the world.

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	How Elon Musk’s Tesla Plan Unraveled

Public Bravado, Private Doubts: How Elon Musk’s Tesla Plan Unraveled

As his team hustled to put form to his idea, lining up investors willing to put up tens of billions of dollars. Mr. Musk was having second thoughts.

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Trump’s Stances Weaken Support for U.S. Official to Lead Global Banking Body

Trump’s Stances Weaken Support for U.S. Official to Lead Global Banking Body

President Trump’s antagonistic posture towards international institutions at foreign summits this summer soured some European officials on the candidacy of a top Fed official to helm the international Financial Stability Board.

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Sen. John McCain Remembered as Principled Leader

Sen. John McCain Remembered as Principled Leader

Washington awoke Sunday to an outpouring of grief and condolences, as leaders and commentators from both sides of the political aisle paid homage to Sen. John McCain after the Republican lawmaker’s family confirmed his death on Saturday from brain cancer.

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Signs of a Strong Economy: Hedges Are Overgrown and Lawns Need Mowing

Signs of a Strong Economy: Hedges Are Overgrown and Lawns Need Mowing

Low levels of unemployment and high demand for H-2B visas mean there aren’t enough people working in landscaping this summer.

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